No, because this will de-optimise your project. Why would you want that?
We're working with a client, who wishes to have all art assets as a BLOB (Binary large object). Having all the sprites as separate images would make it easier to accomplish this, since the data.js file will then have image information correctly representing individual files rather than their positions on a spritesheet.
Currently I am able to accomplish this, but it requires extracting the images separately from the project file and also modifying the data.js (so it is a very hacky way).
@Ashley I completely agree with you though that this cripples the project performance, but at least the client gets the desired result.
Additional question, do we get more control later on over what assets are included on each spritesheet?
For example, to optimize the memory overhead by ensuring that assets that rarely appear together will not get placed to the same spritesheet?
Thanks for the great work with the engine!